Epson announced a new all-in-one color inkjet today, the Epson CX7000F. Aimed at homes and very small offices, the device prints, scans, copies, and faxes, an important feature for offices. Unfortunately, it lacks an automatic document feeder, so batch scans/copies/faxes are a manual job. Built-in media card readers and a PictBridge port are a nod to home users.
The DURABrite Ultra Ink is contained in individual cartridges and good for both regular prints and photos. One cool feature is the ability to continue printing in black even if you're running low on black ink (it combines the … Read more
It seems like decades ago that Epson released its last dye-based, 13-inch printer, the Stylus Photo 1280. Well, it's only been six years, but in this biz it feels like decades--and the printer is still pretty popular for a model so old. But even the most well-preserved stars eventually need a face-lift, so this week the company announced the Stylus Photo 1400, a 13x19-inch-capable model that uses Epson's Claria dye inks and 1.5-picoliter-droplet printhead. Dubbed "Ultra Hi-Def" printing--after all, if it works for TV, why not printers?--the 6-color Claria ink set has been rated … Read more